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♥ Wintertime in the Garden ♥

Country Winter "Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?

Winter Wren by David Cree

Winter Wren (with the amusing Latin name troglodytes troglodytes) sometimes roosts communally when cold weather hits. Although unusual, roosting groups can be large; more than 30 wrens were found in one nest in Washington State, USA.

Victoria Station, dotifications: (via TumbleOn)

A Winter Wren: One of England's Well-Loved Birds! This is actually a Carolina Wren, identified as such by the warm reddish brown back, buffy underparts and white stripe above the eye. This bird is also much bigger than a Winter Wren.

thesplitpea:  Found on organicgardening.com

Brown or Grey feathered, Wrens are lively & vocal, insect eaters, have a beautiful song, great to watch in the Spring. They devour sawfly larvae! So put up those wren houses. From: Organic Gardening